Transportation is personal. Every day, roads and highways bring people, communities, and goods together. For transportation design and engineering professionals, it is important to find new ways to improve project delivery workflows while enhancing the safety of our roadways and protecting our environment.
This series of webcasts brings new insights into how the BIM process can impact how we plan, design, build and manage infrastructure projects.
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Create with Vision: Implementing BIM for Infrastructure
Technical Specialist James Wedding and Stantec Technology Manager David Kasha present how Stantec implemented BIM on a large transportation project.
Planning and Environmental Assessment with BIM for Infrastructure
This presentation shows how planning, GIS, and civil engineering professionals can effectively access, integrate, and analyze disparate data to better assess and present project impacts, even in three-dimensions.
Designing with BIM for Infrastructure on Large Transportation Projects
Join project engineer Dave DeJong from Stantec as he discusses how BIM for Infrastructure has allowed his team to tackle large roadway projects and new delivery methods.
Coming to a Crossroads: Intersection Planning and Design
This webcast explores how BIM for infrastructure makes it easier for planners to compile data and analyze the impacts of potential intersection layouts from simple four way stops through roundabouts and complex interchanges.
Integrating Drainage Analysis in Highway Design
This webcast focuses on drainage as it applies to road and highway projects, starting with watershed level drainage planning for potential highway corridors and moving into detailed design of overland and underground stormwater management.
Build a Better Road: Over, Under and Through
This presentation shows you how structural engineers can take advantage of BIM for infrastructure by integrating site data into their design workflow, then combining the structural design with surface and utility information for clash detection, coordination and more.
Visualization from the Highway Engineer’s Perspective
This webcast presents solutions for engineering decision making using tools to check for driver safety, sun glare, lighting analysis, ease of road maintenance and more. We’ll expand on how the dynamic information model serves to make design changes efficient yet accurate, facilitating the exploration of multiple design alternatives.
Reducing Requests for Information in Highway Construction
This session will focus on how engineering and construction firms can use BIM for Infrastructure to create cost estimates, project schedules and construction simulations to identify and resolve issues virtually before breaking ground.